Shift began as five students going out of state for summer internships. Upon return, our excitement lit a desire to share our stories. The main objective was to inspire other students to "make a shift". Each student made a set of three posters individually but cohesively planned, designed, fundraised, and set up the entire show. My internship was in Portland, OR with Omfg Co.
Phoenix Design Week
Paired with a local designer I had never met, we were asked to collaborate as part of a series of posters that supported the theme of "Method + Madness". My partner, Doug Penick, illustrated "method" whereas I focused on "madness". This poster was one of many local collaborations that promoted PHXDW in print form as well as digital.
Resiprocate Thesis Campaign
After an intense amount of research on recycling, I formed a campaign that informed students on ASU campus about incentives to use less plastic. My main focus was to promote the free filtered water machines on campus. With Resiprocate, it saves students money and helps cut down excessive plastic use. After much fundraising from my senior class, each our various campaigns were showcased at Arizona State's Visual Communication Design Senior Showcase. Each exhibit was hand assembled. My exhibit featured a book about my entire process, a web site featuring a stop motion video, and interactive water bottles that viewers could pull from the shelf and discover a fact on each one.
Identity and business system for a zipper company.
Music related graphics ranging from album covers to individual track visuals to social media work.
Zia Records Window Display
With an appreciation for music, my redesign of a window display for the second-hand shop called Zia Records features a special message written in words but also displayed in top-down processing. If you look closely, you will notice the diamond is composed of cassette tapes.
Various RA Sushi graphics ranging from menu illustrations to social media graphics.
1. This illustration was selected to be printed and sold at Pedal Craft in Phoenix, an annual event for all bicyclists, art lovers, and beer drinkers. The entire event is free and all proceeds from posters help fund Pedal Craft.
2. A set of six post cards that explore the excitement of positive and negative shapes. This project was inspired by the Gestalt principle of figure and ground. These post cards are a representation of my interest in traveling as well as illustration and perception of design.
3. "Here and Now" was the theme for Phoenix Design Week 2013. I was one of ten posters chosen from submissions and printed to be displayed in a gallery during Phoenix Design Week.
A qualitative and quantitative survey analysis. Starting with a list of raw data from forty four students, I transformed the information into a representation that was much more visually pleasing than a list.